Uber’s customer and driver data has been compromised for a year – but Uber has only just revealed details.

Uber revealed on Tuesday that it has kept a massive data breach affecting 57 million people quiet for more than a year. The hackers, the company told Bloomberg News, found the data on an Amazon cloud server used by the firm. To keep the leak secret, Uber paid the hackers a ransom of $100,000.

“None of this should have happened, and I will not make excuses for it,” said chief executive Dara Kosrowshahi, who recently took over the role Travis Kalanick had at the time of the incident.

This is one of the larger breaches to have been disclosed by a major firm, but should you be worried?

The company has not fully revealed where in the world these users and drivers were – but as of this afternoon, it has confirmed that UK users were among those affected. The data

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